Curated by: Anna Grigoryan

Podcast episodes featuring iconic duo from Wet leg. Get to know Rhian and Hester and the meaning behind their lyrics. Is your podcast playing? Would you like us to assign someone to play your podcast?
4 episodes
142 min
Last updated: Apr 25, 2023
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Wet Leg's Rhian, HRT shortage, Women and boxing
Woman's Hour
The indie band Wet Leg went straight to number 1 last week with their debut album. Their songs are witty: all about love, sex, parties and breakups. We speak to one of the band members, Rhian Teasdale. When it comes to losing weight why is the word “diet” used less and less these days? The diet industry is worth billions, but lots of people think the word itself is unhelpful. We talk to Dr Saira Hameed, an NHS Consultant who specialises in obesity medicine at Imperial College London. She's also the author of The Full Diet. And we also have Rhiannon Lambert, who's a Nutritionist. Can boxing transform lives? The actor Idris Elba thinks it might and he's got a series called Fight School which is currently on BBC 2. He’s recruited a group of eight young men and women, giving them an intensive boxing course with the aim of improving confidence and resilience. There's another goal which is to compete in an amateur fight. Chanika is one of the young women taking part, and Rachel Bower is one of the boxing coaches on the show. Rachel is also a former National Boxing champion and a Metropolitan police sergeant. They come into the Woman's Hour studio to speak to Anita. When it comes to getting HRT, MPs have been accused, once more, of betraying millions of menopausal women by failing to improve access to it as they promised. In October ministers announced a 'menopause revolution' but the plan to cut the cost of HRT doesn't come about until next April and now tens of thousands of women are suffering because of a nationwide shortage. But what's the impact of not having your gel or patch? Anita is joined by Dr Nighat Arif, a GP, plus author and documentary maker Kate Muir.
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Getting Silly with Wet Leg
Sound & Vision

The British band Wet Leg swept KEXP by storm with their singles, “Wet Dream” and “Chaise Longue” this year. They dropped two new singles Monday and announced their self-titled debut album will be released in April 2022.

KEXP’s Larry Mizell Jr. sat down with founding members Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, and realized just how silly this band really is.

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